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Old June 15th, 2015, 12:33 PM   #361
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Liverpool always seems that much more charismatic and photogenic than the other English cities. Following this forum on and off it always strikes me that liverpool continues to have the edge. The what's Englands second city debate for me is obvious, Manchester and Birmingham third and fourth.
I appreciate your thoughts and sentiments, and agree that Liverpool does have a certain romance & charisma. I don't know if you've ever read anything by Ian Nairn? He was an architectural writer who really managed to capture the essence of the various towns and cities that he wrote about. ( 1960s). He called Liverpool a 'World City' whilst crediting Manchester with being the 'second city'. I'm not at all familiar with Birmingham so can't comment, but Liverpool & Manchester are really quite distinct from each other. Very different in both looks and in atmosphere.
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Chavasse Park grillhouse unveiled



Grosvenor has announced that New World Trading Company is to open a 7,446 sq ft bar and restaurant in a specially-created pavilion-style building on Liverpool ONE’s Chavasse Park.

The 600-cover Club House, designed by Paul Danson Imagineering, the company behind the Oast House in Manchester’s Spinningfields, will trade from two floors, including a first floor terrace.

The architectural influences are said to be from New England and the Hamptons in the US.

The Club House will contain a permanent grill and barbecue to the front of the new building overlooking the park.

A pavilion building was always planned by Grosvenor for the corner site next to Debenhams in Chavasse Park but the recession and cost overruns put a halt to the plan. Liverpool ONE opened in 2008. The pavilion site has been used for temporary installations, including a pop-up beach in the summer. The Club House will occupy part of the site, the beach will remain next to the new building.

The new building has been granted planning permission and work will begin this month ahead of opening later this year.

Miles Dunnett, director of portfolio management at Grosvenor, said: “The Club House is a great new addition to Liverpool ONE’s leisure and dining offer, which is now firmly established as one of the most vibrant in the North West. New World Trading Company has created an exciting casual dining concept with The Club House’s sense of theatre, quality and offer being a perfect fit with its setting on Chavasse Park. When it opens later this year, it will provide something quite unique for visitors.”

New World Trading Company operates The Botanist restaurants in Chester, Alderley Edge, Newcastle, Deansgate Manchester, Birmingham and Trinity Leeds.

Chris Hill, managing director of New World Trading Company, added: “This is a really exciting time for NWTC with The Club House bringing something very new and exciting to Liverpool ONE. Live music every day will set the scene and the atmosphere. Teamed with tasty ‘home comfort’ food, including our signature Hanging Kebabs and an anthology of ales (over 80 beers and ciders to choose from), it will make The Club House unlike anything else in the city in a totally unique setting.”

The announcement coincides with an 11% increase in catering sales at Liverpool ONE and a 2.5% rise in footfall in the year to date.

New World Trading Company is the latest in a series of leading restaurant brands to select Liverpool ONE for new concepts or a first, with Bill’s Restaurant, Côte, Ed’s Easy Diner, Tortilla and TGI Friday’s all opening in the last 12 months.

Metis Real Estate Advisors and Cushman & Wakefield acted for Liverpool ONE. New World Trading Company was advised by Emery Planning.
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Old June 15th, 2015, 05:28 PM   #363
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A few updates. Images taken today:

Liverpool University's new bio-science building nears completion:






This image shows, to the right, the apex of the new bio-science building plus part of the new build 'Royal Hospital':




'The Royal' hospital development:



This very large student development ' The Paramount' is to have a swimming pool in its basement. It is adjacent to Lime Street station on Lord Nelson Street:




Viewed from further up the road:



Greenbank House was once the family home of influential Victorian Liverpool family - The Rathbones. It now belongs to the University of Liverpool, is Grade 11 listed in Gothic Revival style. It is to be renovated as part of a newly built student village in the Mossley Hill suburb of the city. It will be used for functions:

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Old June 17th, 2015, 04:32 PM   #364
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Renders of the proposed development -





This is 'Norfolk House Phase II', the second phase of the Norfolk House development on the opposite side of the street. Like Norfolk House, this has a completion date of August 2016.
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In no particular order, here's all the projects underway in the Baltic Triangle right now -

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Baltic Triangle
Neighbourhood of Liverpool City Centre



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Norfolk House Phase I
Norfolk Street | 9 storeys | Under Construction



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Pinnacle Development (Phase I)
Norfolk Street | Under Construction



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Norfolk House Phase II
Simpson Street | 9 storeys | Proposed



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Pinnacle Development (Phase II)
Jamaica Street | Proposed


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Artesian House
Jamaica Street | 7/8 storeys | Under Construction



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Baltic Village
Wapping | 8-13 storeys | Under Construction



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One Park Lane
Park Lane | 16 storeys | Approved



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Heaps Mill Redevelopment
Park Lane | 12/14 storeys | Approved


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BPUK Development
Bridgewater Street | Under Construction

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Old June 18th, 2015, 02:17 PM   #366
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Land rises from Mersey for £300m superport [VIDEO]



Peel Ports has produced this film showing land reclamation of 12 hectares from the River Mersey to create the massive container terminal Liverpool2, due to open by the end of this year.

Contractors Bam Nuttall and Van Oord have completed the first phase of the infilling, using 1.43 million tonnes of sand and silt deposited from dredged material. The new terminal will have a 700-metres quay wall, six metres tall, held up by 296 steel piles, which is nearly complete.

The build programme is working around 10-metre tidal range, the second highest in the UK. Further infilling will take place over the summer.

Doug Coleman, Liverpool2’s construction director, said: “There are very few projects of this kind and scale going on in the UK, especially considering the impact of the exceptional tidal range.

“We can only carry out the installation of anchor blocks and other infrastructure, including vibrocompaction, for a maximum of eight hours each day – two hours either side of each low tide. The one benefit is that the weight of water during high tide helps to compress the infilled material.

“The tide also means that for every million tonnes we bring in, we lose about 2.5% which is not significant in the scheme of things and is helped by our deliberate strategy of installing the new sewerage outfall pipe which acts as a barrier to minimise losses.

“Thanks to the project being ‘all-weathered’, the tide is the only major challenge we face from the elements, although high winds or freezing conditions inevitably mean that work has to be carried out slightly differently to minimise any consequent risks.

“Overall, the first phase of infilling progressed exceptionally well and I’m generally very pleased with how all the works are taking shape.”

The piling process, which began in 2014 and is due to be completed in the next few months, involves drilling from large jack-up rigs and inserting tubular piles to create a new 854m long quay wall. The area behind the wall has been dredged to bed rock to allow for virgin materials to be deposited.

The infilling process began in February with the arrival in the river Mersey of the ‘Willem van Orange’ trailer suction hopper dredger. The vessel, operated by Dutch specialist Van Oord, has a handling capacity of 10,000m3 (21000 tonnes) and took materials from a site 20 miles away from Liverpool2, with each dredging and discharge operation taking 6.5 hours from beginning to end.

The dredger is due to return at the beginning of July to begin the second campaign of infilling, which will see a further 4m tonnes of dredged material being harvested from the river.

Other significant elements of the project to date include:

installation underway of 261 anchor blocks 3metres below the current infilled level,
connection of the anchor block to piles with steel bars, to straighten and tension the quay wall structure
vibrocompaction of the infill to settle it and drive out water
220m extension to an existing sewerage outfall through the site, towed in a single piece from Norway
installation of drainage works directly behind quay wall
upfill from (+)6.5 metres to (+)10 metres to cover the tie bars and anchor blocks to the top level of the piles.

As well as the further infilling, the next major phases of the work will include installation of capping beams, with bollard and fender blocks, and pocket dredging for the delivery of ship to shore cranes.

The site will be open towards the end of December 2015. Liverpool2 will connect directly to a major logistics and distribution hub at Port Salford, transporting containers along the Manchester Ship Canal via vessel. The National Import Centre at Port Salford comprising a 154,000 sq. m warehouse and container facility will be able to handle over 300,000 containers and over 37 million freight pallets per year.
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Old June 19th, 2015, 09:32 PM   #367
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North-Point: Pall Mall. A very exciting proposal which has just gained planning permission - not only for its scale and re-use of some older buildings, but also for its potential to enlarge and expand the city centre northwards:


These images show how an exclusive £90m development just north of Liverpool city centre will look once it is completed.

The huge Pall Mall complex was labelled as a potential “landmark gateway” when it went before city planners earlier this year.

Planning permission was granted for the North Point scheme after the developers were praised by councillors for their vision.

The 18 storey building is set to tower over the northern approaches to the city centre and is will boast everything from apartments to rooftop gardens.

The ambitious project includes plans for a fifth/sixth floor restaurant and tenth/eleventh floor spa, as well as a gym, multi-storey car park, shops and apartments.

As these images show, views from the rooftop gardens will offer stunning views across the city and over the Mersey to Wirral.

Developed by PHD1 for investment client Industrial Workshop (Pall Mall) Ltd, it has been designed by Liverpool architects BLOK.

BLOK’s managing director Antonio Garcia said it will “bring a unique aspect to city centre living” at February’s council meeting.

Set to offer 366 apartments, the multi-million pound project will bring “life, vitality, energy and creativity to an emerging district”, according to its recently launched website.












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New plans have been submitted to Liverpool council for the city’s first five star hotel to be built within Martins Bank.

The historic city centre building has long been the subject of attempts to turn it into a luxury hotel with developers confirming they still planned to do so earlier this month.

And now it looks as though progress could soon be made with a new planning application having been submitted to Liverpool town hall today.

Plans to convert Martins Bank into a 138-bedroom hotel were approved by city planners 12 months ago.

But delays to work on the scheme - which was due to begin last autumn - had led to fears the conversion would not happen.

However earlier this month Bernard Byrne, managing director at developers Castlewood, confirmed to the ECHO he still wanted to turn the building into a five star hotel.

And now updated plans - which reveal the hotel will have almost 100 extra rooms than previously thought - have been handed in for consideration.

While details are currently limited, an overview of the scheme requests permission for a “change of use to change existing office building into 227 bedroom 5 star hotel with associated bars, restaurants, and spa.”

The former Martins Bank on Water street in Liverpool city centre which is set to become the city's first luxury five star hotel.

The £40m hotel is expected to include two restaurants, three bars, a spa, and conference and banqueting rooms. Many of the Grade II listed bank’s original features will also be retained, with the main dining area enclosed within the horseshoe-shaped tellers’ counter and the original writing desks kept.

Barclays closed the branch about six years ago and the banking hall has remained empty since. The site, on Water Street, has a fascinating history and during World War II some of the Bank of England’s gold reserves from London were stored in the Liverpool bank’s vaults as a potentially safer refuge from bombs.
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The new hotel ( Pullman) adjoining the new exhibition centre is progressing well - ready for opening in January:


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Heaps Mill £130m apartment scheme under way as diggers arrive on site

Work has started on Liverpool’s historic Heaps Rice Mill ahead of a scheme to transform it into apartments.

A car park next to the Grade II listed building was closed whilst ground condition surveys for the scheme were carried out.

The £130m development on Liverpool’s southern waterfront will see the Baltic Triangle warehouse converted into 123 flats, with hundreds more built in blocks of up to 14 storeys dotted around the site.

Developer Elliot Lawless said: “This is an important step forward as we finalise the details of the full construction programme.

“We’ve come quite a way in a relatively short space of time thanks to the encouragement of Liverpool council and I’m looking forward to confirming final construction time-scales in the near future.”

Liverpool-based contractors CCG has been awarded a £100,000 contract to undertake final ground investigations on the site, which borders Liverpool’s World Heritage zone.

The scheme, granted planning permission in October 2014, will see the construction of 800 new homes and leisure and retail units around a new public space called Baltic Square.

Joseph Heap founded his milling business on the site, next door to the famous Baltic Fleet pub, in 1778, though the present structures dates from the mid-Victorian era.

Initially, developers planned to demolish the mill – a move which sparked outcry from heritage campaigners, who convinced the Government to give it listed building status.

Now that it cannot be demolished, the building’s historic façade will be incorporated into the final scheme.

There will be four new-build blocks comprising a mid-rise 16 storey building on the corner of Park Lane and Liver Street and three other buildings of 14 and 12 storeys, as well as the mill itself.
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Little Shanghai

Type - Mixed-use Development
Location - Chinatown, Liverpool
Client - PHD1 Construction Ltd

Two, three & four bed residential apartments - c. 700
Student beds - c. 300
Commercial retail & leisure space - c. 10,000 m2
Car parking spaces - 400

Start date - Q1 2016
Completion date - Q1 2019

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That didn't take you long Paul.........
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The new ACL headquarters ( Atlantic Container Line) appears in view at the end of Slater Street in The Ropewalks district of the city:




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Little Shanghai looks nice. Maybe a step towards getting rid of the suburban housing in that area?
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Little Shanghai looks nice. Maybe a step towards getting rid of the suburban housing in that area?
The suburban style housing is much discussed on the Liverpool forum. My own view is that it will not be going anywhere, anytime soon. The people living in these homes have, mostly, lived in these areas for generations - these houses replaced the tenements that were demolished previously. Development will have to take place all around & surrounding them. There's no money nor the will to re-house people, many of whom take great pride in their homes and gardens. Unless absolutely required ( as it was, arguably, for the Edge Lane development) we don't want to get into the situation of compulsory purchases and destruction of communities - chinese style; or as is going on in London now. Just my opinion though.
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Exclusive: We reveal Lime Street as you've never seen it before

After a public outcry they went back to the drawing board. Now this...



PLANS to regenerate Liverpool’s Lime Street have been completely changed to create a street celebrating its history as the city’s cinema quarter.

Amended plans have been drawn up following harsh criticism of a previous scheme which also had Mayor Joe Anderson wanting the scheme to be looked at again.

The result – a fresh looking continental style development with a wide pavement that retains some of the old and blends it with the new.

The scheme still includes demolition of the old Futurist cinema, but its image lives on by being replicated as a key feature of Lime Street. The two famous gin palaces – the Crown and the Vines - also remain along with some of the original older buildings which will be restored.

As before the scheme includes shops, bars, restaurants, commercial space, a hotel and student apartments. The drawings include wider pavements along Lime Street, though the designers say public realm works do not form part of the submitted scheme. It seems they are included as a ‘for instance’ to show what Lime Street with a ‘cafe society’ frontage could bring to the city centre.

But the stark frontage of the much criticised previous scheme is altered in amended plans submitted to the city council’s planning department this week. The entrance to the original Futurist becomes a new gateway into the scheme.

Whether the celebration of cinema with the frontage of the cinema recreated will be enough to satisfy opponents is yet to be seen.

The Old Hall Street office of the IBI Group has created the amended Lime Street scheme for developers Neptune who are working on the project with Regeneration Liverpool.

Explaining the reasons for the changes in the scheme, IBI say in their documents: “The feedback from the consultation (for the original scheme) was generally positive in relation to the improvement of this part of the city, but some concerns were raised in relation to the design, particularly the appearance of the Lime Street frontage and the materials.”

The concerns focused on the loss of the Futurist and other historically significant buildings, with critics saying their removal was undesirable.

Many questioned why the facade of the Futurist could not be retained, and that the design lacked architectural and aesthetic merit and failed to relate to the fine detailing of the retained buildings.

Critics also said the buildings earmarked for demolition were distinctive in their variety of age and style, features not represented by the (original) proposed design.

It was also felt the original scheme did not represent a ‘gateway’ development in what is one of the city centre’s premier streets.

IBI adds in its amended scheme: “The design team has taken the comments on board and explored a number of alternative options for the scheme. The revised proposals are considerably different in appearance to those originally proposed, taking a very different approach to the facades of the buildings, and are considered to present a more exciting and also more sympathetic design.”

A period is now available for comments to be made to the planning department ahead of the revised scheme being presented to the planning committee. The aim is to start demolition work before the end of the year to enable regeneration work to start soon after.

http://www.liverpoolconfidential.co....seen-it-before

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Lime Street plans include ‘TV music and chat’ show
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New plans revealed for Lime Street include three new restaurants, a coffee shop, a basement cocktail bar and a performance auditorium.

The plans, revealed to by Neptune Developments, are the latest proposals for the stretch of buildings along Lime Street, which include the Futurist cinema and other historic buildings.

Key to the proposal is a complex with TV studios and production facilities in the former ABC Cinema. A new TV music chat show with a transatlantic link to New York has been devised as a ‘core idea’ underpinning the business case for the redevelopment and has reportedly attracted attention from media companies, collaborators and promoters. The venue will also cater for live music performances and host restaurants and a cocktail bar.

Liverpool music entrepreneur Mark Cowley, who is behind the TV show idea, says: “We have been working for over a year on the project and have already had massive interest and support from leading media companies, collaborators and promoters. This is a fantastic building and has all the versatility and space we need, for what will be a unique media and performance destination.”

The proposals also include demolition of the Futurist cinema because the building is in disrepair, while student accommodation will take up the upper floors of the proposed buildings. The designs for the buildings between The Crown and The Vines pubs include back-lit metal panels and also hints at widened footpaths for pedestrians in the future.

Steve Parry, managing director of Neptune Developments says: “The consultation has been very helpful. It has given us a chance to re-think the project in a wider context that looks at Lime Street’s history and its future within a rapidly changing and dynamic city centre. The new design is more urban, more visually dramatic and more integrated. It’s very much part of an emerging vision for the whole of Lime Street and its surrounding area.”

The plans will go before Liverpool planning committee at the end of July with a public consultation taking place on 23 July.
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Some elevated views ( from the tower of anglican cathedral) of various developments around the city:

Office development ( part of Central village scheme) - Renshaw street:




X1 student development - Seel street, Ropewalks ( red crane; bottom-right):




Various student/and other residential developments in The Baltic Triangle:



Liverpool 2 - post-panamax container terminal ( top of picture):



New Exhibition centre & Pullman Hotel ( not its nicest elevation - which faces riverside):



The Quarter - residential development ( tower block still to go on site):

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